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Tuners

If it alters your sound....

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redroque
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Location: Normal for Norfolk

Post by redroque »

Luthier is probably correct and as I do have perfect pitch tuning isn't an issue but there's no way I would rely on that for tuning up pre gig with all the other stuff go by on, confidently tuning with rig muted is by far the way forward. So much more professional too - pet hate - attempted tuning by ear loudly! Hate spooing too (guitar widdley bollocks that is just attention seeking)!

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Stan_da_man
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Post by Stan_da_man »

I actually purchased a TC Unitune the other day and am very impressed with it. For a clip-on tuner I think it's the best out there.

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RichardH
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Location: East Sussex, UK

Post by RichardH »

I have an original TC Polytune clip on, and use it in "uni" mode - been great.
It's a bugger getting inside the horn when you've got the array supports in place, isn't it!

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